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no weapon was used or found. or go on lock down. here's why. >> that's so vital rule of the security office to assess the situation. and they were assessing the situation of what they were hearing from the witness ands what they understood and by their assessment, there was not an immediate need for an alert. we send out alerts or we lock down a campus when there is an immediate physical risk or arm. and it was a verbal threat. there was no weapons seen on the individual or seen in the vicinity. there was no indication of plans. but what he said was concerning enough that they came to our security office. >> now, a lot of students had no idea what went on this afternoon and even at this hour, a lot have no idea there was a threat here on campus. school officials say any threat at this point has been diverted. tht is the very latest. maureen umeh, fox 5 news. >> thank you. >> also new at 5:00, police are hoping a rap song will lead them to the suspects accused of robbing a recording student. paul is live. >> reporter: last friday morning, two men showed up unannounced
on the attack in libya but the interim director will speak in its place. >>> thieves in tennessee use used a forklift to steal a atm approaching the atm and it is loading into the bed of the pickup and hauling it away. the machine minus money wasfound later in the woods along with the truck and that truck had been stolen. the crooks got away with the cash. >>> a home invasion robbery is caught on tape. and he says was at home with two friends when they asked if they could do video -- card yard work and he said know and they asked for water and that's when the attack started. >> he comes through the gate with a gun and i was caught off guard. so, he had me in a choke hold and told me to be quiet or i will shute you. >> they took cell phones and money and jewelry and ran away. tucson police identified them and they were later arrested. they are looking for a third man. >>> two people are in police custody after a brawl at flea market in dundalk. baltimore county police say a man was hit in the head with a rubber mallet and it started yesterday afternoon between two groups at the north point
for joining us. i am megan pringle. >> i am charley crowson let's get to weather with meteorologist lynette charles. after a great weekend veteranser is of a great day. >> they will. so that's good news out there. looking at maryland's most powerful radar, we are nice and dry. we have all the sweeps on and not much to see right now. it won't be until later today basically the evening time frame overnight into tomorrow. that the rain will be coming down across the area. that's when we will see change in the forecast and behind the front, 47 degrees this morning in sykesville and temperatures are above average and as we go into columbia this morning, 44 degrees and we are looking at some patchy fog across the area this morning as well. so be aware of that as you head out and about. you can see the dew point the same as that temperature in columbia. 46 degrees in davidsonville. and the good news is winds are calm in a lot of spots but this picks up going throughout the day. winds out of the south at 5 to 15 miles an hour. so it's going to be breezy and we start out at 8 and we will get the sun
, but the biggest boat in the d.c. fire department's three-boat rescue neat isn't what it used to be -- rescue fleet isn't what it used to be. >> when it's running properly, it breaks up the ice and keeps the river open. >> reporter: lots of people are questioning whether john glenn is up to the job given the new threats to homeland security. d.c. fire officials confirmed the communication system is broken. the boat's radio cannot transit an automated distress call. >> part of the communication system doesn't work. they're using a much older system to communicate with one another. >> reporter: the coastguard documentation for the glenn has expired and that has the fire chief especially upset. >> it appears that the certification for the boat that should have been applied for back in august, the date was missed. >> reporter: built in 1962 this was already a used boat when the fire department got it. right now they estimate the cost of repairs about $700,000. where is that funding? >> we're still looking for it. >> reporter: it was nearly four years ago whena gust of wind helped push the spirit of
. thanksgiving. &p3 you have 15 minutes to call us at 410-481-4545 to claim your p! prize!want to get your name in the box?go to facebook ddt com slash foxbaltimore and click on "contests" to fill out the rules. 3 3 3 &pmap 399 map 3 3 map 395 map 3 a full year aater a horrible fire burns down a pocial landmark... the mount just like the ownerr promiied. ((tom))but tte long oad back one. joel d. smith is live theee now tooshow us tte toughest part of rebuilding. good morning joel d. d. 3 3 3 3 a brawl at a baltimore county the hospittl.it haapened &paround one o'clock sunday afternoon at the north point say two groups of people man eeded up getting hit in the victim is expected to be o- k.twoopeople were aarested. rumors thaa the incident was y this morning...police are searching for two men who shot a fast-food restaurant manager early sunday morning in collmbia. it happened just before 1 a-m at the taco bell near minstrel way and snowden river parkway.the manager was confronttd by wo men outside the store.they shot him several times.he was flown to shock trauma where he's listee in crit
to testify this week on capitol hill about the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya. acting cia director mike morrell will testify instead. >> from my point of view it's absolutely essential that he give testimony before the congress so we can figure out benghazi. >> reporter: the fbi uncovered petraeus' extramarital fair with his biographer paula broadwell after a second woman, jill kelley, reported receiving anonymous threatening e-mails. kelley and her husband knew petraeus and his wife socially. there's no evidence of romantic involvement between kelley and petraeus. there are reports broadwell's computer may have contained classified information. if true, that's another issue congress is sure to want to investigate. in washington i'm randall pinkston, back to you, derek. >> speaking at the university of denver last month broadwell said the cia had detainees in benghazi and that is what sparked the attack. the cia says not. so president obama did sign an order in 2009 outlawing those operations. >>> our health alert tonight, a new study suggests moms that get sick with
, the results of an alarming study about cell phone use by pregnant women and the danger it may present to the unborn baby. >> and we're preparing for a wedding wedding. it's wedding week. the perfect fall setting with all the fixings. >> good morning. i'm barbara harrison. >> i'm keith russell. it's monday, november 12th, 2012. we honor those who served our country. right now, a d.c. group is preparing a luncheon for veterans who are homeless, in need of help. a place with an unbelievable history. >> reporter: this place has been around since 184. more on that in a minute. these guys cater towards vets. they're doing what they do best every day, and that's help out those who have helped us live the life that we lead every single day. the mission today keynote speaker retired u.s. army general pete fuller. he's in to, as we say, trade war stories. the mission, $5 million worth of food a year. it's not just vets. they also help out other men and women as well as young children. they also have extended care, 18 months, and also help out with counseling. this place was the original number
's panel which i was granted be a part in his tone was they are coming to get us and the only way that i could prepare you for when they come is when you come to light so be here and it was this kind of paranoid thing that i hadn't heard before. was 45 minutes long and i would never get away with that in new hampshire. [laughter] the first time god had a mention most 20,000 in and 40,000 minutes jesus got a mention and then it ended. i forgot to tell you right after the music come he comes out and says now it's time to take up the offering out of the gate and everyone cheered. i could use that in new hampshire. [laughter] there was a very weak kind of prayer and then a was over. i've never been at what was a church service where there was such a little god, jesus, religion and was all political and was all paranoid. they're coming to get us and we have to get ready. i'm not sure that i observed the insight that it gave me but it sure made me understand more about the fear that is out there and often behind the vitriol that we experience and i often, you know when someone comes at me eith
. neighbors told us they had recently seen her here. the owner, mritly asked us -- politely asked us to leave. >> we left the property but now law makers like chairwoman diane want to know why they were left out of the loop on the fbi. >> we received no advance notice. it was like a lightning bolt. >> he quit after admitting an affair. questions are now being raised if broadwell had access to classified information like this comment during a speech in october. >> had actually taken a couple libyan members. >> the fbi informed him -- the family friend warning her to stay away from him. >> our concern would be the security concern. >> 35 year veteran of the cia and now executive director of the spy museum says the scandal has the potential to threaten national security. >> whether it's the director or simply a case officer or an analyst, if there is something in their life that is elicit, illegal and they would not want to have exposed it opens them to coercion. >> neighbors told us a planned 40th birthday party was canceled. not known if she will be asked to testify publically or privately. co
it down, just drop it. all right. we were able to use all that great john williams music. i mean, they really gave us the tools to do this right, and... and it was because they trusted us. they knew that we were fans and that we weren't gonna... we weren't gonna destroy their property. (train whistle blowing) (people talking indistinctly) i say, brian, look, three rows down. what? is that tom bosley? what would tom bosley be doing on a train in switzerland? i'm almost certain. tom! did he look? i don't know. well, if i yell, yove to watch. tom bosley! no, it's not him. huh. the road shows have been a lot of fun. we started with "road to rhode island" in season one. and, uh, seth had this idea to do an episode based on those bob hope, bing crosby road shows. seth, as you probably know, loves bob hope. and, you know, is very familiar with those movies and the music from those movies and... so, i think that having "road to..." with brian and stewie, they're sort of our bing crosby and bob hope. up until that point stewie had kind of existed in his own world. he would talk to rupert
miller has more on the story for us. >> the story still has a long way to go to completely unfold. in montgomery county, the twin sister of the woman who got the fbi interested in petraeus' saliva is being sued for $100,000 in unpaid bills. >> 37-year-old phil kelly, described as a volunteer and special liaison to the military, is identified as the woman who put the fbi on the trail of petraeus. paula broadwell is the woman with whom petraeus was allegedly having an affair. petraeus resigned on friday. jill kelly lives with her husband, dr., and her twin sister, who shares the same house. the twin is pictured here to the left of petraeus, her arm draped around him. natalie is currently being sued in the demme county for failing to pay her lawyers the in a divorce case. a lawyer familiar with the case but the amount of the unpaid debt at $100,000. according to the lawyer, sister jill discouraged talk of any settlement. the case has been on the court docket for nearly a year and a half. it stalled in april when natalie filed for bankruptcy. according to the bankruptcy filing, natali
that activity will settle down by the time it gets to us. some high, thin cloud cover and the clouds will thicken up later today. current temperatures in the 40's. 43 at the airport. there is some patchy fog this morning. reduced visibility in some neighborhoods. a chance for rain showers early this evening or tonight. high temperature between 63 and 68. rain is likely tomorrow mostly in the morning. breezy and much cooler with a high of 53. will stay in the 50's into the beginning of next weekend. >> the cost of hosting thanksgiving dinner can live in a bad taste in your mouth. the average cost would be about $246 this year. 12% of americans will pass on hosting the thanksgiving. 15% felt pressured into hosting. most stores are opening their doors on thanksgiving. walmart will open at 8:00 p.m. .acy's will open at midnight that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. will you still go out after thanksgiving meal or will skip seconds for early holiday shopping? you can share your response on wbaltv.com, on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail to watercooler@wbaltv.com.
-sex marriage. of >> when they see us on their front doorstep >> ifill: special correspondent john tulenko tells the story of teachers coming to the rescue of families in storm-ravaged new jersey. knocking and they realize it's us and we're here to see if they're okay, their faces lit up. >> brown: and we have three reports about veterans, beginning with a pro publica investigation into lost or destroyed combat records. >> ifill: then we talk with a veteran who has written about how we choose to remember those who serve. >> brown: and we close with a conversation with first-time author and iraq war veteran kevin powers about his novel, "the yellow birds." that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> music is a universal language. but when i was in an accident, i was worried the healthcare system spoke on with all its own. with united healthcare, i got help that treat my life, information on my phone, connection to doctors who get where i'm from and tools to estimate what my care may cost. so i never missed a beat. >> we're more than 78,000 p
to those who are giving their lives protecting us. texas roadhouse in balledmore and every other location nationwide will give veterans and being a be -- baltimore and every other location nationwide will give veterans new lunches. mission barbeque are holding an event in honor of veterans daych the glen burnie based restaurant will offer complimentary sandwiches to those who served. charm city cakes will have a ceremony to unveil a cake replicating the iconic scene of u.s. marines raising the flag during the battle of iwo jima. >>> to new york city where people spent the weekend honoring veterans. this is manhattan for the annual veterans parade. this year's event not only paid tribute to the military but organizers promoted it as rally for sandy victims as well. volunteers at the parade collected winter coats for those in need and nearly two weeks after the storm. >>> president obama also paid tribute to men and women who served our country. the president and first lady spent the morning at arlington national cemetery. he laid a wreath on the tomb of the enknown soldier. president o-- u
with that story from the united states marine corps wall memorial. >> sites allow us to share with the world our pride and our gratitude. >> i joined the marine corps in 1949 when i was 18 years old. >> on the day we salute veterans. >> it's a day to remember service and sacrifice. >> we are reminded that so many of the stories that shaped our nation begin and end at the monuments honoring those who heard the call. >> i was in vietnam. >> for veterans like marine pete dela santos. >> in korea. >> these icons in bronze, granite and stone forge and define countless families including his. >> out of five brothers, three of us were marines. one was air force, one was army. >> the men who gave their lives or part of themselves for us allowed a country to progress at a remarkable rate. so as i per used facebook on veterans day i was touched by all the images of veterans posted by friends, relatives coworkers and people i only know by computer screen. they posted pictures of their husbands, and their fathers including mine. there was so many sawyer who repa
. smmth is live theee now to show us the toughest part of rebuilding. good morning joel d. d. 33 3 a brawl at a baltimore county flea market sendssone man to the hospital.it happened afternoon at the north point flea markkt in dundalk.police ssa two groups of people sttrted ffghting... anddone man ended up gettiig hit in the head with a rruberrmallet. the victim is expected o be o- &poffiiers won't confirm or ddn rumors that the incident was thh lawyer for a maryland man imprisonee in cuba says hiss client is suffering what amounns to torture.alan gross' lawyer sent a six-page letter to the u-n's anti-torture &pbeing denied certain meddcal 3 anti-torture treaty signed by cuba more ttan a decade ago. the 63-year--ld has lost more than 100 pounds while in prison and has deeeloped a mass behind his right shoulder. cuban doctors tessed it... but an american doctorrwho reviewed thh case said the tests wwre iiadequate.gross has beennin prison in cuba for bringing restricted .. after thh country. equiiment to leaders innwashiigton are trying to figure out who knew david petraeus' sudden depaat
and their families this holiday season. it includes wounded warriors. jc hayward introduces us to one local woman who shares with us just how important the holidays are to her and her brother who was seriously wounded in afghanistan. >> it reminds me a lot of my brother and my dad and family in general. >> reporter: stephanie greets members of the military as a volunteer for the uso lounge at dulles international airport. while she helps the travelers relax, she is constantly reminded of her little brother and how she almost lost him. >> i had just gotten back from a trip when i was told and i think i didn't believe it at first because i didn't want to believe it. >> reporter: on october 24, 2009, her brother, army captain mark weiss was hit with an ied in afghanistan. paratroopers rescued him but his entire left side of his face and body was severely injured. >> they put him in a medical coma just to kind of allow his body to reduce the brain swelling. >> reporter: doctors told him he would remain in a wheelchair for as long as possible. >> accepting the doctors said he wasn't going to walk, he woul
sims goes inside with a preview. >> tenants showed us the problems they were living with and wanted to get their money back so they could possibly find a better place. >> of the rent was something they can afford, but the shelter came with promises and problems. >> these are always going to be carpeted. we will always have a washer and dryer into bathrooms, but there is only one you can actually use, and i am sharing it with my two kids and 12 other people. >> less than a month after moving in, she was forced to move out. coming up, what city inspectors found. and what happened when we approached the men in charge of running the house. >> in today's consumer alert, but costs -- the cost of hosting a thanksgiving dinner can leave a bad taste in your mouth. the average cost is $246 this year. that cost has prompted 12 percent of americans to pass on hosting the turkey day feast in nearly 15 percent have fileelt pressured into roasting. more people will be skipping seconds to eat and run. more stores are opening their doors on thanksgiving. sears and wal-mart will open at 8:00. macy's
beach where the national symphony of cuba was making its first u.s. tour. they're protesting the inprisonment of alan gross. he's serving a 15-year sentence on charges he was trying to undermine the cuban government. gross insists he was only trying to provide internet service to cuba's small jewish community. >>> it's 5:05. time for the latest your money report. >> jessica doyle is here with today's headlines. is it a day off for wall street as well? >> lots of workers today. we're hoping for a better week for wall street. we're coming off one of the worst weeks of the year. it was really terrible for wall street. major averages were down more than 2%. we did see a small rally on friday, though. checking the numbers the dow starts at 12,816 after adding four points. nasdaq added 9. s&p 500 was up by two. tomorrow congress will get to work avoiding the so-called fiscal cliff. that's a series of tax hikes and spending cuts that could cripple the local and national economy in order to reduce the deficit. president barack obama is inviting leaders from the labor and business com
at the u.s. capitol dome right there and another nice, warm day ahead. we'll see what is in store after that. good morning. i'm sarah simmons i'm wisdom martin. welcome to fox 5 morning news. >> here is tucker. >> happy monday. >> the weekend was beautiful. temperature-wise, we got to 70 yesterday. we'll enjoy the mild temperatures but the clouds will move in and rain tonight. it really won't rain until later tonight. >> are we talking real hard rain or just sprinkles. >> good steady rain overnight. maybe 1/4 inh of rain. the good news is it will be out of here early tomorrow and get some afternoon sunshine. >> sunshine but it will be colder, won't it. >> yes. clear skies out there at the moment but you can see clouds just out to the west. it will be a mostly cloudy monday us for as clouds out into west virginia will be moving in shortly. and then you can see the rain a little further out to the west out into western ohio at the moment and starting to push into michigan. those rain showers will hold off until later tonight. i think later this afternoon, it might feel like it will rain b
. >> reporter: not a single one will pay for their meal. >> for us it's to take great food and to serve these american heroes and say thanks. >> how you doing? >> reporter: one of those heroes is 91-year-old claude. he served under general patton. he said it it's such a nice gesture. >> so outstanding. >> reporter: this is not a plaque or a sculpture. it's a cake. it's a creation of charm city cakes, an exact replica of the iwo jima replica. >> this probably took our staff about 60 hours. >> you don't see too many people recognizing vets. it's a really good feeling to see something like this come about. >> reporter: in many ways, every day is veterans day at missions barbecue. they sing the star spangled banner always at noon. with an event this special, it serves up a lot of emotions. >> i just want them to know i am still proud to be an american. i thank them for letting me be that. >> reporter: not all of bill's family could be there. his son andrew is a marine serving in japan as we speak. in glen burnie, don harrison, abc2 news. >> what a story. >> awesome. >> man, we've got to run
displz hello. thank you for joining us. i'm andrea roane. could general petraeus face prosecution? some congressional leaders are concerned about another timeline, one that answers when the f.b.i. investigation began and why they weren't told about it. randall pinkston has the latest. >> reporter: members of congress say the f.b.i. should have alerted them agents were investigating c.i.a. director david petraeus before scandal broke on friday. >> this is something that could have had an effect on national security. i think we should have been told. >> reporter: f.b.i. officials say they did not notify lawmakers or the white house because no national security issues were involved. on cbs this morning, retired general richard meyer spoke to whether the president should have been told about the probe when it started last summer. >> in my view that, would have not been unusual. the department of defense, that's what would have happened actually. >> reporter: petraeus stepped down after admitting to an extramarital affair. his alleged mistress paula broadwell made this comment last feb
. for that, we must commit this day and every day to serving you as well as you've served us. >> veterans day was traditionally known as armistice day to honor world war i. in 1954, congress changed the name to veterans day to honor those who served. >> the world war ii memorial and other war memorials were packed yesterday as surviving veterans traveled to reflect on their experiences. many who didn't serve also vittvitt those memorials. they said it was to pay respect to those who served their country. >> the people that gave their lives, the people who served, it means a lot. it's a historical moment, and i think we should all cherish it. >> many of the veterans traveled here thanks to honor flights. nonprofit organizations worked to bring people to d.c. for events like this free of charge to be honored for theirservice. >> wonderful. thank you to all the veterans this morning. you took part in a veterans day program over the weekend. how did it go? >> very good. i think we've got some video we'll show later in the morning. it was an awesome concert. >> tom here with a check of the forecas
. the nonprofit says clash used poor judgment and violated company policy regarding internet use but ultimately bound claim to be unsubstantiated. the associated press reports clash said, i have a relationship with the accuser. it was between two consenting adults, and i am deeply saddened that he is trying to make it into something it was not. sesame workshop says clash asked for and was granted a leave of absence in order to refute the allegations and protect his reputation. the show is currently in production and the new york times report said other puppeteers will fill in as the voice of elmo during his absence. >> more fallout tonight following the resignation of cia director david petraeus because of an extramarital affair. daniel l. lee is on capitol hill tonight with more. -- danielle lee. >> lawmakers said the affair put former general david petraeus in a compromise position. lawmakers are criticizing the fbi for initially keeping secret an investigation that led to the downfall of former cia director david petraeus. >> to have someone out there in such a sensitive position, he may or
me show you the -- gotten used to it by now. >> it is a holiday so they're not getting up. >> i know. >> they will after that. >> we've got cloud cover moving in from the west. a little sunshine to start your day but you want to get out early if you want the sun. by middle morning and then into the afternoon, it will be mostly cloudy. you can see the showers, the green on the map now pushing into western ohio. that will get in here later tonight and during your morning commute tomorrow. i think the good news is it should be out of here by tomorrow affect. we will have a period of rain later tonight and into the early-morning hours tomorrow. temperature right now at reagan national, 50 degrees. 52 at dulles. so it is cool but not terribly cold. here is your forecast for today. mild temperatures for one more day. enjoy it. cooler weather on the way. 68 the daytime high in washington. 07 in fredericksburg and mid- 60s north and west of the city. again, a left clouds today. we should be dry. >> i like seeing that where it says warm on your little map there. >> that may be the last time y
. because big changes could make for a nasty commute for us tomorrow. storm team 4 meteorologist doug kammerer joins us with what is coming next. >> doreen, there are huge changes. temperatures tomorrow will be about 30 degrees cooler than they were during the day today. you're going to wake up and notice a huge difference. 63 the current number out there right now, winds out of the south at 6 miles per hour. not a lot of rain around our region right now. but there are a few showers, most of this on the lighter side. down towards fauquier county, culpepper county, all moving to the north right along the blue ridge here. we'll continue to watch as these showers move to the north. the rain back to the west is associated with the cold front, moving through overnight. we'll see moderate to heavy rain toward your morning hours. boy, are those temperatures going to be coming down. 63 here in washington. 39 in columbus, ohio. we can see where the cold front is. 67 in morgantown. only 50 in pittsburgh. the numbers dropping very, very quickly. they'll continue to do so right through your morni
the attack on the u.s. consulate two months ago that killed four americans including a u.s. ambassador. now he will be a no show. but possible he could still face a subpoena. >> i don't see how in the world you can find out what happened in benghazi if he doesn't testify. >> also asking for congress to create a joint committee to look into the affair and potential security risks. the wall street journal reports his computer contained classify documents that they both deny the general was the classified source. >> thank you very much. meanwhile, president obama is focusing on that fiscal cliff. he's inviting labor leaders to the white house tomorrow and wednesday he will meet with the business community. following his re-election he wanted to build a consensus to prevent the tax hikes and spending cuts. the kick in the fiscal congress budget does not do anything to stop him. >> president obama paying tribute at a veteran's day ceremony at arlington national ceremony. the wreath he laid at at the tomb. >> veteran's day was yesterday but being observed today. >> over at the vietnam memorial, a
is getting the transplant with bone marrow by an anonymous donor. >>> some of us can't start the day without it. but that morning cup of joe could be a thing of the past. >> the threat climate change could be having on coffee. good morning maryland at 5 begins right now. >> are's watching the station that works for you, now good morning maryland. >>> it's veterans day. and we are live telling you how baltimore plans to honor our men and women of the armed forces. >> what caused a massive explosion in one neighborhood that killed two people. veltors returned to the scene this morning trying to figure out what happened. >> sunday's game with the raiders turned into a track meet for the ravens. now let's have that optimism andhead to pittsburgh as we play the steelers next week. we will tell you about that on this monday november 12th. happy veterans day and good morning i am charley crowson. >> i am megan pringle. hope you had a great weekend and a chance to enjoy the gorgeous weather. >> it was a perfect two days. the pressure is on. >> okay. i am going to do it again for you today for today
and his family's privacy and want the same for us and our three children." >> they insist petraeus had nothing to do with petraeus' testimony about the deadly attack on the embassy in benghazi. the committee chair dianne feinstein ss petraeus may still be called to testify at a later date. >>> parties are ready to negotiate to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff. senior democrats and republicans say they're confident they can reach a deal on a spending plan by the end of the year to avoid billions of dollars in tax hikes and spending cuts. republicans have said they're willing to allow some tax hikes to end the budget stalemate. democrats say they're also willing to cut spending. >> we've had votes in the senate where we've actually gotten rid of tax credits. i think that's a given, and i think the vast majority of americans agree with that. >> i think, if the house stands for anything, it's caught government spending, as tom coburn said. i think we have to do more of it. we heard the mandate in 2010 where it was a clear mandate to cut spending, and we did. >> president obama will sit dow
who blew the whistle on the affair who brought down general david met tray use. she got e-mail so threaten sheg went to the 00 fbi. new details of the high-profile mistress at the center of the case. >>> caught on tape. the deadly blast rips through home, people scrambling to escape. investigators racing to figure out what caused the explosion before it happens again. >>> water world. unbelievable new pictures of the entire city of venice under water. tourists and residents battling high seas almost waist high. the most famous landmark impacted right now. >> crews are in it! >> road rage, a massive fight breaks out at the races after a battle on the track. watch this, nascar legend jeff gordon deliberately rams right into a k3e9er. the drivers running after each other, breaking into a fist fight. >>> and good morning on this veterans day. robin is recover, of course, her father, one of the many veterans who served this country for so long. welcome back. >> thank you very much. >>> late friday, cia director david petraeus forced to resign after the fbi discovered his affair with pa
's a tragic accident that could happen to any of us. . >> and a brawl at a flea market. the fight started around 1:00 today between two groups of people at the north point flea market. two people are in kus ki today the cia director resigned. >> he said he had an extramarital affair and we are learning more about those involved sglont still no word from joan kelly. she's the one woman that set off a chain reaction that set off ended in the resiz neigh. they say she was never romantically involved with the man or but was a family friend of him and his wife. received a not just to her but to the cia. >> the initial complaint was harassment that possibly could have gone to e-mail hacking but there was no substitutive investigation that this had anything to did with with national security. >> instead the disturbing e- mail was traced back to his biographer paula broadwell and that led back to e-mails relating an intimate relationship. >> she's very physically capable. >> he is claiming that the affair did not occur in afghanistan but began after he retired from the military in august 201
sookry -- sacrificed so much. we have details on this monday morning. thanks for joining us. i am megan pringle. >> i am charley crowson. weekend was perfect weather wise great for the game and getting out with the family and hope awed chance to enjoy it. we have to keep it going. >> it's monday and many of you have the day off let's go over to lynette charles to find out what today is going to belike. >> not looking too bad. we will feel good with the temperatures above average. we have wed weather work its way in here. veterans day looks to be like another dry day on tap and we can see on maryland's most powerful radar we have all five sweex scanning the skies and not a lot to scan as of now but change is in the forecast. right now you are stepping out the door in catonsville at 48 degrees. we are seeing more of the same in ellicott city this morning. millersville at 43 and those winds will be out of the south today boosting the temperatures. we are dealing with a little bit of patchy fog so as you head out and about take it easy. 47 when you wake up this morning around 10. and as we
madison between falls way and guilford. you will need to use 83, calvert or monument street instead. this is a mile away from last week's water main break. now landville street will be closed at charles street and 20th street is shut down from st. paul to maryland. your best alternate routes are calvert and the jfx. i'll be tracking it tomorrow on good morning maryland tomorrow morning. >>> continuing coverage of the water main break on north charles. the break last wednesday sent so much water gushing into the streets that it took days for the crews to tackle some of the repairs. the department of public works said they're still working to get the main repaired and the fix -- street fixed as well. >>> look at the temperatures today, peeking at 70 in har but toc. 65 towson. we're down to the low 60s. here's what's coming, big line of rain. it arrives later tonight and will linger. a dry evening. the chances for rain going up. we'll talk about the rest of the forecast beyond. >>> new developments to tell you about in the affair that's working washington. david petraeus' career foreve
. >> more employers working to hire military veterans and department of veterans affairs could use more help. here is linda bell with blagojevich in new york. >> it looks like the stock indexes futures indicate a slightly higher open. our attention turns to the debt crisis of europe and discussing bailout funds for greece. statistics show the department of veterans affairs is falling behind in the mission to care for veterans. that is despite an increase in budget and staff. about 896,000 disability compensation and pension claims were pending as of last week. about two-thirds of them were in the system more than 125 days. that is beyond the agency's target processing time. with as many as within million troops to be veterans in the next five years they will need that support. more u.s. companies are looking to hire military veterans. a survey found 65% of employers would likely hire a vet over another equally qualified candidate. if you want to fly home for the holidays but not sure over thanksgiving or christmas i will tell you which is the cheapest in the next h
into the upper 60s by midafternoon. sunset at 4:56. boy, it's hard to get used to that early sunset. by then, we'll be back down to the low 60s. then some rain moving in tonight. details on that in ten minutes. a look at your traffic on this monday morning. here's danella. >> good morning. >>> first 4 traffic, we're going to start in virginia. if you're traveling along i-95 northbound at lorlorton. report of a disabled vehicle on the left shoulder lane. heading up from the occoquan, nice and clear. hov restrictions lifted for the holiday today. getting to the beltway, no issues at all. 11 minutes to get from the occoquan to the beltway. you're at 61 miles an hour. here in d.c., a live look at new york avenue as you make your way past bladensburg. no major delays in the district and no reports of any accidents right now. as you make your commute in maryland along 29, no issues between north and southbound 29 between columbia and the beltway. light volume. no accidents to report. eun, over to you. >> danella, thank you. >>> breaking news right now. a syrian fighter jet bombed an area controlled by
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to us because his wife said she is scared for her life. >> who would not be? >> according to the police report, his wife, a former staff member of the school, said she was attacked by three women. she claims was two staff members and the principal thelma jarrett. >> the principal? physically hit her? >> yes. >> the police report says one suspect said, "get her." she was hit in the face with a closed fist. she delta the groundout of three women kicked her. they called the father. it >> you need to come back. somebody just punched a mommy. >> the school parent-teacher coordinator is crying foul. >> when we came onms. jarrett was trying to break up the confrontation. >> there refuted the claims against the principle. >> i never saw her kick, punch or any assault at all. "she was hurt. what the evidence have been interviewed by police. -- >> at the evidence has been interviewed. there were allegations and they are looking into taking the appropriate action. the priority is insuring the staff stays focused at the coolidge rose forward. we will be covering this has the story begins to develop
have been meeting. the u.s. and other countries have been pressuring the group to present a united front. >>> president owe wam ma honored the nation -- obama honored the nation's veterans with a traditional wreath laying ceremony. he said it's intended to remember every service member who has ever worn our nation's uniform. he urged americans to welcome back u.s. troops who are now coming home. >> over the next few years, more than a million service members will transition back to civilian life. they'll take off their uniforms and take on a new and lasting role. they will be veterans. as they come home, it falls to us, their fellow citizens, to be there for them. >> the president also noted this is the first veterans day in a decade with no american troops officially fighting in iraq. >>> the vietnam veterans memorial continues to be one of the area's most visited and emotional sites. >> surae chinn talked to veterans who gathered at the wall to honor their fallen friends. >> reporter: i come out twice a year for memorial day and veterans day. >> reporter: the wall can move people
with petraeus. both are avid runners. >> ended up being a test for both of us since we ran pretty quickly but that was the foundation of our relationship, and we -- and when i was in kabul we would do a lot of interviews on runs. >> reporter: some of petraeus' former military aides told "nbc news sunday" they were uncomfortable about broadwell's action. >> it was a little bit strange that he would take someone who has never written a book and allow them such unfettered access and allow them to write what is really the first biography of him. >> reporter: this week house and senate intelligence leaders are going to be raising questions about why the fbi did not notify them sooner. and they are also opening a broader inquiry into the city's handling of benghazi. petraeus' final overseas trip before he resigned was to libya last week to find out for himself what went wrong. nbc news has tried to reach paula broadwell. she has not been accessible. joe kell and her husband, that family in tampa, issued a statement saying they have been friends with the petraeuses for more than five years and a
all session. dow closing flat. nasdaq down slightly. but that doesn't stop us from looking for ideas on "mad money." yes, we have an entirely man made crisis. one that could not only cause a huge firings and curtail retail spending dramatically, but it's also driving people out of a stock market where individual companies are giving you positives that would normally provide a tremendous backdrop to a higher market. you know there was a time when some good news over multiple sectors would produce a bountiful bull. yes, good enough things occurred with individual companies that the sum total would produce overall gains in many stocks. we used to call this pin action. now we get nothing. no spillover. the 1 pin gets knocked down. and nothing else falls with it. let me just go over some of the good news, some of the nabbing down 1 pins just today that are being obscured by this darn cliff walk. let me show you what you might have missed and will continue to miss until president obama convenes all the leaders of congress and sends them to camp david to hammer out an agreement in time for
takes us to george washington university downtown d.c. temperatures are in the middle 50s. winds out of the east just around 2-5 miles an hour. temperatures across the board are falling into the 40's and 50s out of the west. head over to eastern shore temperatures 40's and lower 50s. the big story for the next couple of days will be the strong cold front right now beginning to enter chicago and milwaukee. behind it where the core really cold air located 23 degrees this hour and indianapolis and that's a temperature change of about 30 degrees compared to yesterday at this time. now we're 7 degrees warmer than yesterday at this time. you can see the warmth just off to the west of us. southwesterly flow for another day. but once this moves by we're going to knock our temperatures down along with the clouds we'll see some periods of heavier rain late tomorrow night into early tuesday morning. and then thingless dry out but really cool off for tuesday afternoon into wednesday. satellite and raiser with high pressure slowly moves off. here's
us this sunday night. more details and intrigue tonight in the unfolding scandal surrounding former cia director david petraeus. we now have a name for the woman who went to the fbi setting off the investigation that revealed an extramarital affair and led to petraeus' resignation. her family now has a washington attorney in crisis management team. also new tonight, lawmakers will hold hearings to determine why congress was not kept more fully informed about that fbi investigation. matt jablow picks up the story from here. >> reporter: david petraeus is a great leader, a great patriot. >> reporter: leaders of both parties had great praise on this veteran's day for one of the country's most decorated veterans, former cia director and retired army general okay david petraeus. his accomplishments notwithstanding, most lawmakers agree that petraeus simply had to go after the fbi uncovered an affair he was having with paula broadwell, a 40-year-old west point graduate who wrote a biography of petraeus that was published early this year. >> i can't believe it, but that's what it is. >> re
, man, we can go all the way. nobody can stop us. >> michele: congratulations. >> thank you. >> michele: bob? >> the texans win tonight caps a day and night in which all of the division winners in the afc won. houston, new england and denver and baltimore. none of the division winners in the nfc won. chicago, giants and atlanta all lost and san francisco could manage only a tie at home against the rams. now we welcome in tony dungy. your reaction to tonight's game, tony. >> well, bob, you talked about being a division leader and i think houston made a stamp tonight and let people know they are the best team in the afc. they went on the road in bad conditions. we think of them as an indoor team. but they played smart tonight. they played tough. they played physical. they won chicago's type of game. their offense didn't throw the ball a lot as we mentioned and turned it over to their defense and the defense made plays. you heard danieal manning, he came and made a statement early, turned the game around with that physical hit and coordinator wade phillips i thought did a great job on bran
elected us to focus on your jobs. not ours. >> reporter: the president and house speaker john boehner each are drawing a line in the sand over letting the bush era tax cuts expire for americans making more than $250,000 a year. >> instead of raising tax rates on the american people, accepting the damage it will do to our economy, let's start to actually solve the problem. >> reporter: the speaker wants a tax overhaul that raises money by cutti't hammer out a deal by year's end, the nation goes over the so-called fiscal cliff. taxes go up for everyone. an average of almost $3,500 per househo household. republicans say they want the president to address the real problem. >> and the real problem is uncontrolled entitlement spending, and a government that has grown massively. >> reporter: democrats say republicans are going to have to compromise. just like the president and his party did after getting walloped in the 2010 elections. >> we cut $900 billion in spending that we didn't like, painful to us. >> reporter: in washington, a high stakes search for middle ground. the president and the sp
right now. >> this is fox 5 news edge at 11:00. >>> thanks for staying with us tonight. i'm maureen umeh. >> i'm laura evans. the edge begins with world leaders paying tribute today to veterans. >> we often forget while today is veterans day in america, it's also world armistice day. we'll hear how leaders across the globe honored the troops. >> reporter: the 11th hour of the 11th day in the 11th month is honored every year to mark the end of world war i in 1918. president obama commemorating veterans day here in america by laying a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier saying it's the country's sacred obligation to take care of its own. >> take care of our veterans. we take care of our families, not just by saluting you on one day, once a year, but by fighting for you and your families every day of every year. >> reporter: in the united kingdom queen elizabethattends a remembrance sunday ceremony in london laying a wreath in honor of british and the commonwealth's troops who lost their lives. in belgium crowds gather for a military parade ending at the mennengate memorial with a
the opposition. the 47% notion -- that is important to his presidency. >> nina, break it down for us. >> i do not think he has a mandate. i think the republicans and democrats both have a mandate for compromise. when you heard from republicans -- it is like mitch mcconnell who said his job was to see that obama is never reelected. so, he has an edge year. he does have leverage. but it will be a long haul. he does need partners. >> rich mcconnell is on record as saying that -- mitch mcconnell is on the record as saying that he knows that the election makes some people think that the republicans are going to roll over. that does not sound like compromise. >> your definition of compromise is rolling over and excepting higher tax rates. that is the democratic definition of compromise. i would never suggest bias. the president ran -- i will say it -- the most negative campaign. he did not run on his record. he could not. he did not run on a program. there is one thing he got a mandate for, and he now has a mandate to raise the top tax rate on two percent of the population by four. ? that is the sm
, and despite this being a democratic year. so, can you overdo the republicans woe is us panic here? >> oh, you bet. and democrats, by the way are going to be pushing that, and this is a sound track they roll out. this is, the republicans lost because they're too extreme. first they said that back in 2008 right before they got in the 2010 mid term elections, but the problem here was not the g.o.p. agenda. the problem was romney didn't talk about that agenda much until the last month of the campaign. and as you said, the big success story for the g.o.p. continued on tuesday night is this ownership of a growing number of states in terms of the governorships, the state assemblies, the legislature, and those are governors out there running on the very things, tax cuts and spending cuts and pro growth policies voters are listening to that, they're responding by electing these people, but they have to hear the message. >> all right. jason one other thing, the youth vote. >> yes, i think that's another area where i hope the g.o.p. focus is going forward. romney lost the youth vote. these are 18 to 29
the federal government. to cover would be used costs to repair bridges, subway rail linesd commuter as rebuild homes. do need a lot of help there. quiet weather for the next days along the east coast. some showers will be coming in tonight but it will come and go. we are in fine shape. mild and cloudy but big changes with ain later tonight cold front. lapse looking west. route 50 headed east towards falls church. increasing cloudiness but the have been just terrific. los 70's and still in the 60's. won out.s have 63 in huntington town, maryland. alexander is now at 66 degrees. alexander that is at 66. than average as we enter the to theveral days thanks cold front. dramatically colder. 36 in detroit. 34 at chicago o'hare airport. 26 in minneapolis. the a little cold shot logan rotate up towards the northeast. -- these little cold shots will roll up and rotate towards the northeast. big temperature departure. 27 degrees colder than it was yesterday in detroit. it's all about the cold front. the little pocket of showers pop. east of the blue ridge. we can assure you of a live 7 -- we can show th
election. host: hillary clinton would be the best prepared candidate. one who has lived in the u.s. senate, a woman who knows virtually every head of state in the world and is a strong opinion of the inclusion of -- social inclusion. i come close but will not talk about that until hillary -- people decide what to do. >> what is your decision making process moving forward -- her process moving card forward? guest: i supported her in 2008 over barack obama. she ran for president, i would be very excited. i have to say i played for time out. here is what is wrong. if we in the media start speculating right now about 2016, even about 2014, we're not doing our jobs. i got to say that because what is wrong with this country is a perpetual campaign. it is not supposed to work that way. you have a campaign and you fought like hell for you believe then and you win or lose in the new take time out to govern. that is what these people across the street have to do. not in campaign mode but in governing mode. six problems, especially the fiscal and immigration reform. i sound like i am preaching the ta
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